2018-2023 | IISER M
SPI (Sem 1): 9.8
SPI (Sem 2): 9.8
SPI (Sem 3): 8.8
SPI (Sem 4): 9.4
SPI (Sem 5): 8.1
SPI (Sem 6): 8.9
SPI (Sem 7): 9.0
2018 | Primus
2016 | Prakriya
600 | 1118 | 24
Qualified KVPY SA, SX, SB with a rank of 600, 1118 and 24 respectively and hold a KVPY Fellowship
Attended the Vijyoshi camp in December 2017 against KVPY SA
IISER Pune | 2019
My team was the centre topper in Mimamsa 2019, a Science quiz conducted by IISER-P.
JS Bagla | Winter 2018
As part of my First Year Winter Project, I took up the project Black body radiation in special relativistic frames under JS Bagla, IISER Mohali, where I looked at how Black Body Radiation transforms in a frame that is moving uniformly with respect to the source. We see that the radiation is no more uniform, leading to a force on the particle. The quantitative analysis of this force is done using numerical methods in Julia.
Sarah Brandsen | Winter 2020
An attempt to partial ordering of quantum channels by concepts of Data Driven Inferences. We define an order over the set of positive, trace preserving maps on the existence of another map which when applied would lead to equivalence. Based on Buschemi et. al. [New J. Phys. 21 113029] and Dall'Arno et. al. [Proc. R. Soc. A.47320160721].
Manabendra Nath Bera | Summer 2021
An ongoing project building on multiple works on Stochastic Resetting of Classical Systems [arXiv:2107.11686] and on Quantum Systems [arXiv:2008.00510.pdf; Phys. Rev. B 98, 104309], and extending Anubhav Srivastava's Master's Thesis [2021, IISER Mohali], we apply a superposition of the evolve and the reset mechanisms and explore the resulting dynamics of the system. We see that for numerical examples, the convergence rate is faster and much closer to the reset location than in stochastic resetting. We want to extend this faster convergence to potentially speed up Quantum Walks [ISBN:978-3-319-97812-3], speeding up multiple algorithms which depend on Quantum Walks. Further, stochastic resetting can also model certain biological and economical processes which may be better explained by Quantum Resetting.
Arvind | Summer 2019
My First Year Summer Project was an introductory reading to the Mathematical Structures that underlie Quantum Mechanics and then take it forward to a theoretical introduction to Quantum Information and Quantum Computing. I also attempt to simulate a Quantum Computer on a Classical computer and making a Julia module for the same. This paper serves as a very brief introduction to Quantum Computing and documentation of the code in the form while publishing.
Sarah Brandsen | Summer 2020
Optimized certain parts of the code for the algorithm suggested in the paper. Project stopped due to non-continuation of project from guide.
Manabendra Nath Bera | Summer 2021
In a similar vein to Quantum Resetting, this is an ongoing project to speed up the Grover's Search problem by applying a superposition of the Oracle and the Unitary.
Android | Firebase
I started making the Unofficial IISER-M app for Android in the Summer of 2019. With 200+ downloads, it remains in constant development with new features being added every 6 Months
Python, Scala | Coursera
Julia | Pluto
A Julia package to make better reports and talks in Pluto Notebooks, especially with citation support, presentation mode with controls and timing, and planned integration with bibliography managers.
As part of a course, I have learnt multiple models often used in the field and explored quite a bit in the following repository
Android | SQL
Python | PySimpleGUI
A game engine for the annual Turing Virtual Treasure Hunt. Built in Python with PySimpleGUI.
As a way to give back to the community, I taught underprivileged children English and Mathematics for two weeks in my school in 2016. The group involved two children, both of whom had learning disorders.
I also occasionally dabble in photography, though I don't consider myself to be very good at it 😅. Visit my Photography Page for a peek at some of my photos!
I've started a new blog, lets see how it goes!
IISER-M | 2019-21
Convener of the Turing Club of IISER Mohali in the academic year of 2019-20, and the interim Convener for 2020-21
I am an avid programmer and know multiple languages. Visit the Programming Section of this website